GBBD is a tradition started by Carol at May Dreams Gardens.
As first go alliums, which look interesting although they got small and tall - have to do something about it for next year :)
Azalea luteum (pontica) fragrant.
Azalea Soir de Paris - fragrant.
Azalea 'Moewe' - light fragrance.
Berberis in bloom.
Bottlebrush shrub -Fothergilla major - light fragrance.
My own first capsicum bloom ever...
Convallaria majalis - definately fragrant.
Darmera peltata - first bloom since I have invited it to the garden.
Himalayan Geranium Johnson's Blue.
Hyacintoides hispanica - blue and...
Evergreen Iberis sempervirens with its asymetrical petals...
... and flat flowers.
Prunus laureocerasus Otto Luyken.
Levisia cotyledeon - small cute plant.
My second in blloming sequence Magnolia lilliflora "Nigra" together with tulips Claudia and Attila.
Pansies still doing well and even better :)
A fresh newcomer Pelargonium crispum Randy waiting to be planted in container.
This deserves to be on the list, because they bloom for the first time here: Pinus mugo.
Pinus mugo pumilla.
They count right?
Caucasicum Cunningham's White is growing in the large pot placed in soil.
Container newcomer - my favourite double surfinia intensively scented.
Last tulips in my garden are white :)
Greatest surprise of my garden this spring - first and very intensive fragrant blooms of wisteria either sinensis or floribunda - not sure yet - both are invited to my garden, only gardener forgot the name of the guests :) Which one is which one?
Planted 3 years ago, still small, but already in bloom thanks to heavy pruning.